Happy Easter everyone, if chocolate is your thing I hope you've done well this weekend. I spent my Easter Saturday with friends at Patonga, the most southern beach on the NSW Central Coast, and about a one hour drive from my home, also on the Central Coast. My friends' house can only be reached by water so after a wonderful and very long lunch we chugged back to the beach in their small boat so I could return to Wamberal. This was the beginning of the sunset.
see here) and Mo asked me to show some more pics to demonstrate the binding. The binding is brown leather with blind and gold tooling and all edges are gilt. The pages are on stubs and I think the best way to explain that is to show a photo. If you click on the photo you should be able to see that each page joins the stub by two pieces of book cloth which is also used as the hinge between the end papers. You can also see the glued on head bands in this photo.
River Cottage Veg every Day) and after an impressive rising, Sophia punched it down and pulled and flattened it to go on the hot plate. It was good that evening and even better when the leftovers were re-grilled on the barbie the next morning for breakfast. My oven is (at long last) installed so I'm looking forward to making bread this winter.
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